Crimes (Kidnapping)

Defense made in favor of soldier of the 4th compania Volante Pedro Carrasco

Serial Number
041-04241
Title
Defense made in favor of soldier of the 4th compania Volante Pedro Carrasco
Author(s)
Concha, Apolonio de
Arze, Jose Antonio
Garcia Conde, Alexo
and others
Date
05-28-1819
Date
07-16-1820
Documentation
San Pablo-Mexico. May 28, 1819-July 16,1820. 44p. Autos. Copies. Signed.
Summary
Review of charges and testimony and plea for leniency from defender Concha; certification that Carrasco had license to leave post for 15 days; more repetitive ratifications of testimony about Carrasco; summary of murder charges against Carrasco, argument that crime happened by accident in heat of Passion so punishment should be minor; hinojas argues for death sentence; Carrasco freed July 16, 1820. (p. Coyle December 1989)
Persons
Carrasco, Pedro
Concha, Apolonio de
Garcia, Petra
Aranda, Pedro
Hernandez, Maximo
Anaya, Pedro
Terrasas, Roque
Arze, Jose Antonio
Campa, Mariscal de
Garcia Conde, Alexo
Arzate, Jose
Venadito, Conde del
Hinojos, Blas de
Contreros, Tomas
Alvarez, Ricardo
Ronquilo, Jose Ygnacio
Xaquez, Josefa
Alvarez, Jose
Bruciaga, Julian
Lebario, Carlos
Places
Durango
Nueva Vizcaya
Chihuagua
San Pablo
Ojito (Paraje)
Lavorcita (Hacienda)
San Buenaventura
Cerrogordo
Military Groups
4th Compania Volante
Cavalleria de Nueva Vizcaya, 3rd Compania
6th Compania Volante
Cerrogordo, Compania Presidial de San Carlos de
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 185 ff. 232-254
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 185 ff. 232-254
Language
Spanish
Notes
Ff. 243-248 out of order ratifications of testimony; ff. 249 microfilmed twice; relates to previous two groupings
Reference Number
18500012
UAIR Filtering Fields
Author Last Name
Concha
Arze
Garcia Conde
Garcia Conde
Person Last Name
Carrasco
Concha
Garcia
Aranda
Hernandez
Anaya
Terrasas
Arze
Campa
Garcia Conde
Arzate
Venadito
Hinojos
Contreros
Alvarez
Ronquilo
Xaquez
Alvarez
Bruciaga
Lebario
Beginning Date Month
May
End Date Month
July
Beginning Date (repacked)
05-28-1819
End Date (repacked)
07-16-1820
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/11475
ISO 369-1 Language code
es
ISO 369-3 Language code
spa
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Criminal charges against soldier Pedro Carrasco accused of injuring soldier Carlos Levarrio which resulted in his violent death

Serial Number
041-04239
Title
Criminal charges against soldier Pedro Carrasco accused of injuring soldier Carlos Levarrio which resulted in his violent death
Author(s)
Saludo, Francisco
Garcia de Texada, Antonio
Griego, Felipe
and others
Date
02-25-1816
Date
03-16-1816
Documentation
Janos. February 25, 1816-March 16, 1816. 30p. Declaraciones. Copies. Signed.
Summary
Brief summary of murder and other crimes committed by Carrasco; Scribe named; surgeon examines corpse of Levario, find he died of puncture wound to chest; testimony of woman stolen by Carrasco, that men fought over Maria la Pastora but that they were not wounded by the end of the fight; testimony of other witnesses to the fight; sharply pointed stick Carrasco had at time of apprehension entered as evidence; testimony of Pedro Carrasco, states that he got in fight with levarrio on finding him at house of Petra Garcia but only killed him accidentally; ratification of testimony, very repetitive (p. Coyle December 1989)
Persons
Carrasco, Pedro (Soldier)
Levario, Carlos (Soldier)
Hinojos, Blas (Juez Fiscal)
Alvarez, Ricardo
Carrasco, Analeto
Terraras, Margarita
Griego, Felipe
Saludo, Francisco
Garcia de Texada, Antonio
Arze, Jose Antonio de (Capitan)
Cantun, Juan (Sargento)
Barron, Trinidad
Mckay, Simon
Garcia, Maria Petra
Alvarez, Paulin
Pastora, Maria la
Vaquez, Maria Josefa
Espinos, Tomas
Alvarez, Jose
Braciaga, Julian
Bernciaga, Julian
Conterras, Tomas
Ronquillo, Jose Ygnacio
Arzate, Jose
Places
Trillo (Rancho)
Babonayada (Jurisdicion)
Chiguahua
Janos
Nuevo Vizcaya
Rio Florida (Hacienda)
Military Groups
4th Compania Volante
Janos, Compania de
3rd Compania de Caballeria de Cuerpo Volante
Voluntarios de Durango, 6th Compania
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 185 ff. 178-193
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 185 ff. 178-193
Language
Spanish
Notes
Ff. 185 microfilmed twice; relates to subsequent two grouping
Reference Number
18500010
UAIR Filtering Fields
Author Last Name
Saludo
Garcia de Texada
Griego
Griego
Person Last Name
Carrasco
Levario
Hinojos
Alvarez
Carrasco
Terraras
Griego
Saludo
Garcia de Texada
Arze
Cantun
Barron
Mckay
Garcia
Alvarez
Pastora
Vaquez
Espinos
Alvarez
Braciaga
Bernciaga
Conterras
Ronquillo
Arzate
Beginning Date Month
February
End Date Month
March
Beginning Date (repacked)
02-25-1816
End Date (repacked)
03-16-1816
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/11473
ISO 369-1 Language code
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ISO 369-3 Language code
spa
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General correspondence between Ugarte y Loyola and virrey (?) about western pi campaign of 1787-1788.

Serial Number
041-03247
Title
General correspondence between Ugarte y Loyola and virrey (?) about western pi campaign of 1787-1788.
Author(s)
Virrey (?)
Ugarte y Loyola, Jacobo (Comandante General) (Brigadier)
Date
12-12-1787
Date
04-08-1788
Documentation
Arispe, guanacevi. December 12, 1787 - April 8, 1788. 62p. Letters. Tables. Originals, signed, copies.
Summary
Documents discuss general campaign of 1787-1788. Virrey lists Echeagaray's tactical maneuvers in Sonora, and the preparation of three partidas for campaigning. Ugarte y Loyola writes of kidnapping and assaults on Mule trains by Apaches and Taraumaras. Mentions limited animal recovery success of quarta compania volante. Reports little action in California and New Mexico. Commends Cordero;s attack on Indian settlement in which Cordero's men murder, steal horses, take prisoners and burn homes. Reports troops of villasecusa, Mata Binolas and Fato in Sonora, relates inclusion of Pimas in military force. Reports Villaescusa's attack on Apache Rancheria. General report concludes with summary table of casualties and damage statistics for Sonora and Nueva Vizcaya campaigns. Ugarte y Loyola, in Series of letters and copies of field reports to virrey Flores, reports details of Nueva Vizcaya campaign. explains division of troops into three groups under Cordero, Vergara and Echeagaray. Brief field reports from each capitan describe tracking and attacking of Indians by Spanish. Final letter to virrey reports Chiricagui pacification in Bacuachi, describes intertribal relations, reports use of Indians for spies and guides, and notes Apache Chiricagui resistance to pacification efforts. (S. Gibbs, March 1988)
Persons
Flores, Manuel Antonio
Ugarte y Loyola, Jacobo (Comandante General)(Brigadier)
Cordero, Antonio (Comandante Capitan)
Vergara, Domingo (Comandante Capitan)
Echeagaray, Manuel de (Capitan)
Galvez, Conde de
Ojos Colorados
Villaescusa, Pedro (Teniente Comandante)
Mata Binolas, Pedro de (Teniente)
Fato, Joseph Maria (Alferez)
Oronoz, Manuel (Sargento)
Ochoa, Joseph Manuel de (Teniente)
Tovar, Joseph (Capitan)
Tovar, Rafael (Alferez)
Concha, Fernando de la (Gobernador)
Diaz de Ortega, Phelipe (Intendente)
Borica, Diego de (Ayudante Inspector)
Merino, Manuel
Escudero, Francisco Martinez
Carrasco, Joseph Manuel (Teniente)
Leyva, Nicolas (Alferez)
Juan (Indio Apache)
Marrujo, Ramon (Capitan)
Ojos Colorados (Indio)
Gutierrez, Juan (Ayudante Inspector)
Chanincha (Indio)
Chiquito (Capitan)
Aysose (Capitan Chiricagui)
Aydia (Capitan Indio)
Bautista de Anza, Juan (Comandante Militar)
Gonzalez, Joseph Maria
Places
Nueva Vizcaya
Sonora
Sonora (Provincia)
Nuevo Mexico
San Miguel (Sierra)
San Buenaventura (Presidio)
San Buenaventura (Valle)
Tucson
Santa Cruz
Santa Cruz (Partido)
San Ignacio
Muertos (Sierra)
Alamo-Hueco (Sierra)
Hacha (Sierra)
Boca (Sierra)
Corral de Piedra (Sierra)
Bacoachi (Presidio)
Buenavista
Pitic
Purgatorio (Sierra)
Cibuta (Paraje)
Aguazarca (Paraje)
Magueyes (Paraje)
Oposura (Valle)
Texas (Rio)
Matape (Inmediaciones)
San Juan (Sierra)
Arivechi (Inmediaciones)
Trinidad (Real)
San Borja
Chinapa
Bamori (Paraje)
Cerrogordo, San Carlos de
Chorreras
Chihuahua (Real)
Adobe (Corral)
San Geronimo
Julimes
Fresno (Canada)
Pachera (Pueblo)
Temeichic (Pueblo)
Cosiguriachic (Goteras)
Pelayo (Rancho)
Olivos (Cienega)
Olivos, Cienega de los (Jurisdiccion)
Nonoava (Pueblo)
Santa Ana (Pueblo)
Estancia (Hacienda)
Inde (Real)
Torreon (Hacienda)
Guajoguilla
Canas (Paraje)
Canas (Valle)
Concepcion (Hacienda)
Florido (Rio)
Ramos (Hacienda)
Santiago (Valle)
Agua del Toro (Paraje)
Mimbrera (Hacienda)
Santa Rita (Hacienda)
San Joseph (Hacienda)
Ramada (Hacienda)
Salsipuedes (Sierra)
Conchos (Jurisdiccion)
Guatimape (Hacienda)
Santiaguillo (Hacienda)
Gracia, San Joseph de (Hacienda)
San Salvador (Hacienda)
San Juan del Rio
Maza (Paraje)
Durango
Magdalena (Hacienda)
Papasguiaro, Santiago (Vecindario)
Santa Catarina (Vecindario)
Guanacevi (Vecindario)
Canatlan
Zape (Pueblo)
San Pedro (Real)
Conchos, Boquilla del Rio de (Paraje)
Janos
Janos (Presidio)
Santa Domingo (Playa)
Playa de Santo Domingo (Sierra)
Paredones (Paraje)
Paso (Rio)
Carcay (Sierra)
Basuchil (Valle)
Taraumara (Pueblo)
Mantas Prietas
Animas (Sierra)
Baja (Sierra)
Agua Caliente
Blanco (Sierra)
San Bernadino
Melchor (Valle)
Namiquipa
Picacho
Ethnic Groups
Pimas
Opatas
Taraumares
Tepehuanes
Mimbrenos
Chiricaguis
Apaches Chiricaguis
Military Groups
Tucson, Compania Presidial de
Santa Cruz, Compania Presidial de
Bacuachi, Compania de Opatas de
Guajoguilla, Primer Compania Volante de
Pitic, Partida de
Buenavista, Partida de
Bacuachic, Partida de
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 128 ff. 335-366 exp. 3
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 128 ff. 335-366 exp. 3
Language
Spanish
Reference Number
12800005
UAIR Filtering Fields
Author Last Name
Virrey
Ugarte y Loyola
Ugarte y Loyola
Person Last Name
Flores
Ugarte y Loyola
Cordero
Vergara
Echeagaray
Galvez
Ojos Colorados
Villaescusa
Mata Binolas
Fato
Oronoz
Ochoa
Tovar
Tovar
Concha
Diaz de Ortega
Borica
Merino
Escudero
Carrasco
Leyva
Juan
Marrujo
Ojos Colorados
Gutierrez
Chanincha
Chiquito
Aysose
Aydia
Bautista de Anza
Gonzalez
Beginning Date Month
December
End Date Month
April
Beginning Date (repacked)
12-12-1787
End Date (repacked)
04-08-1788
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/7594
ISO 369-1 Language code
es
ISO 369-3 Language code
spa
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Letters between Rengel, Flores and Ugarte y Loyola concerning Indian hostilities, details of general campaign in 1787-1788.

Serial Number
041-03246
Title
Letters between Rengel, Flores and Ugarte y Loyola concerning Indian hostilities, details of general campaign in 1787-1788.
Author(s)
Rengel, Joseph Antonio (Comandante Inspector)
Flores, Manuel Antonio (Virrey)
Ugarte y Loyola, Jacobo (Comandante General Intendente)
Date
09-04-1787
Date
07-27-1788
Documentation
Paso del norte, Arispe. September 4, 1787 - July 27, 1788. 96p. Letters, tables. Originals, signed, copies. not been inspected for 21 years, 2) to determine cumanche- navajo-Spanish relations, and 3) to familiarize himself with the terrain prior to launching a military campaign. Reports to Ugarte y Loyola that all New Mexico troops are mobilized for action. Includes detailed diary of consequent campaign around Santa Fe in October 1787. Santa Fe campaign military force composed of presidial troops and cumanche and Apache xicarilla auxiliaries. Details include distance traveled, reports of scouting activities, geographical and weather details, and tabular breakdown of force into four divisions, listing commander, station, and force size. Rengel blames slowness of March on insubordination and unruliness of indian auxiliaries; virrey responds, suggesting exclusion of auxiliaries from main campaigns. Includes description of landmarks along route, information on jacales settlement patterns, high accuracy of niera's (?) Map, construction of bridge to cross Colorado river, battle tactics of reconnaissance and night attack, and peacefulness of cumanches. More specific campaign details are recorded in a division by division report. Virrey flores responds, encouraging more action and less writing. Ugarte y Loyola also reports events of Cordero's and bergara's troops in Nueva Vizcaya campaign (October 1787-mar 1788). Table illustrates organization of force into four divisions, showing locations and force size for each division. Each division presents account of indian hostilities and a report of military actions taken. Indian hostilities include general theft (horses, cattle, mules, burros, and oxen), murders, assaults on mule trains, corpse stripping, kidnappings, abductions, and massacre of mescales. Reports falseness of Apache and mescalero peace proposals, how indians bribe vecinos to spy on military cavalry movements and report these maneuvers to indians, indian custom of collecting ears of killed enemies, and indian ambush of officials attempting to track indians in mountains. Includes summary tables of indian hostilities and military combat statistics by indian group, province, and division. Provinces included are Sonora, Nueva Vizcaya, New Mexico, Coahuila, Texas in 1787. explains meaning of term gileno as one type of chiricagui. Gileno is also an umbrella term for mimbrenos and Apaches in western part of Nueva Vizcaya. Gilenos cited as worst enemies, feared by Spanish and indians alike. Progress toward indian pacification is reported. Describes how mescalero nation was ordered by capitancillos to move to Santa Rosa. With mescalero peace in Nueva Vizcaya established, emphasis on pacification shifts to Coahuila. Military maneuvers described. Spanish use both indians and Spanish for reconnaissance activities. Detailed description of bergara's, Cordero's and others' forces milpa destruction (corn, tobacco, frijoles, calabasa), rancheria assaults, killing of Apache guide by Volunteers. Limited success in tracking and animal recovery blamed on snow, tired horses. Virrey flores praises bergara's zeal. (S. Gibbs, February 1988)
Persons
Rengel, Joseph Antonio (Comandante Inspector)
Flores, Manuel Antonio (Virrey)
Ugarte y Loyola, Jacobo (Comandante General Intendente)
Borica, Diego de (Comandante)
Diaz, Domingo (Capitan)
Mares, Francisco (Teniente Coronel)
Martinez, Francisco (Coronel)
Martinez, Francisco (Teniente Coronel)
Equeracapa (General)
Delegado, Manuel (Comandante)(Capitan Graduado)
Aramburu, Blas de (Segundo Teniente)
Guerrero, Antonio (Alferez Segundo)
Niera (?), Bernardo de
Anza, Juan Bautista de (Coronel)
Arce, Juan Antonio de (Capitan)
Alegre (Capitancillo Mescalero)
Asquiesiya (Capitancillo)
Aribechi
Anchondo, Aniseto (Vecino)
Aysose (Capitan Chiricagui)
Bencomo, Jose (Teniente de Milicias)
Bergara, Domingo (Capitan)
Vergara, Domingo (Alferez)
Barrios, Francisco
Bohorquez, Francisco (Alferez)
Bergara, Domingo (Comandante Interino)
Brena, Manuel Francisco de la (Capitan)
Borundo, Pantaleon (Vecino)
Batueca (Sierra)
Concha, Fernando de la (Gobernador)
Cordero, Antonio (Capitan)
Crespo, Francisco (Inspector)
Carrasco, Jose Manuel (Teniente)
Juan (Indio Chirigagui)
Cuno (?), Verde (Capitancillo)
Carlos (General Navajo)
Cabello, Domingo (Gobernador)
Elguerabal, Juan Bautista (Capitan)
Espinosa, Andres de (Alferez)
Espiritu (Indio Apache)
Echergaray, Manuel de (Capitan)
Fato, Joseph Maria (Alferez)
Farin, Nicolas (Sargento)
Herrera y Ribero, Vicente (Regente Capitan General)
Garrido y Duran, Pedro
Juarez, Juan (Teniente)
Jacupeto
Madrid, Pedro (Soldado)
Maynez, Alberto
Monterablanca (Capitancillo)
Mata Binolas, Pedro de (Teniente)
Maynez, Alberto (Teniente Gobernador)
Marrujo, Juan (Capitan)
Munoz (?) Pacheco, Rafael (Gobernador)
Narrujo, Juan (Capitan)
Olguin, Juan (Sarjento)
Ojos Colorados (Capitancillo Apache)
Onozato de Rivera, Juan (Alcalde Mayor)
Ochoa, Josef Manuel de (Teniente)
Pinto, Antonio de
Peru, Joaquin (Alferez)
Quemado (Capitancillo Mescalero)
Romero, Pablo (Capitan Interino)
Saenz, Rico Joseph (Capitan)
Sales Bohorguez, Francisco de (Alferez)
Saenz, Antonio (Vecion)
Salinas, Miguel
Tovar, Jose Maria (Capitan)
Taranco, Tomas (Vecino)
Taranco, Cayetano (Vecino)
Ugalde, Juan de (Coronel)
Vranga, Salvador de (Capitan)
Vigotes El Bermejo (Capitancillo)
Villaescusa, Pedro Sebastian (Teniente)
Yagonfli (Capitan)
Galvez, Conde de
Chiquito (Capitan)
Galinas, Miguel (Soldado)
Antel (Indio)
Merinoz, Manuel
Guizanotegui, Francisco
Places
Nuevo Mexico (Provincia)
San Buenaventura (Valle)
San Buenaventura (Presidio)
Nueva Vizcaya
Elceario (Presidio)
Santa Fe (Villa)
Moqui (Provincia)
Laguna (Pueblo)
Laguna (Rio)
Santo Domingo (Pueblo)
Pajarito (Poblacion)
Pajarito (Sierra)
Ysleta (Pueblo)
Puerco (Rio)
Alamo (Aguaje)
Quelites (Paraje)
Loma del Yeso (Paraje)
Zuni (Pueblo)
Zuni (Canon)
Zuni (Sierra)
Zuni (Ojo)
Acomas (Pueblo)
Sandia (Jurisdiccion)
Alburquerque
Canada (Jurisdiccion)
Gallina (Ojo)
Chihuahua (Villa)
Gallo (Ojo)
Ojo Caliente
Grullas (Paraje)
Gruollas (Ojo)
Colorado (Rio)
Noya (Rio)
Moqui (Mesa)
Moqui (Provincia)
San Francisco (Rio)
Carrizal (Presidio)
Sierra (Canon)
Sabinal
Paso (Pueblo)
San Carlos (Poblacion)
San Carlos (Presidio)
Napeste (Rio)
Santa Isabel (Paraje)
Texas (Provincia)
Mimbres (Sierra)
Blanca (Sierra)
Sonora (Provincia)
Gila (Rio)
Gila (Sierra)
Torreon (Hacienda)
Arados (Sierra)
Buenavista
Saliere (Paraje)
Noria (Paraje)
Vallecillo (Paraje)
Mapula (Sierra)
Janos
Janos (Presidio)
Carmen (Hacienda)
San Geronimo (Sierra)
San Geronimo
Norreno (Sierra)
Ormigas (Sierra)
Pino (Sierra)
Aguanueba (Sierra)
Terrenaste (Sierra)
Encinillas (Sierra)
Cosiguriachic (Real)
Arispe
Namiquipa
Pilar de Conchos
Guaxohuilla
Guajuguilla
Norte (Presidio)
Paso del Norte (Pueblo)
Temosachi (Pueblo)
Fresno (Canada)
Pena Blanca (Paraje)
Rio Florido (Hacienda)
Florido (Rio)
Florida (Sierra)
Buenavista (Hacienda)
Pelayo (Cueva)
San Miguel (Sierras)
Cathaluna
Cerrogrande
Guadalupe (Sierra)
Salinas (Sierra)
Socorro (Pueblo)
Coahuila (Provincia)
Patule (Rancheria)
Quemado (Rancheria)
Julimes (Pueblo)
Julimes (Presidio)
Julimes (Inmediacion)
Chizos (Paso)
San Vicente (Presidio)
Santa Rosa (Valle)
Santa Ritta (Hacienda)
San Josef
Ramada (Hacienda)
Sal (Sierra)
Erreras, Santa Cruz de (Hacienda)
San Esteban
Toro, Aijadero de la Mimbrera (Aguaje)
Horta, San Salvador de (Canon)
Banos (Hacienda)
Alegre (Rancheria)
Bolante (Rancheria)
Tebosadero (Sierra)
Barrigon (Sierra)
Gollega(?) (Sierra)
Sacramento (Sierra)
Nigotes (Rancheria)
Blanca (Montrera)
Tucson
Tucson (Presidio)
Santa Teresa (Sierra)
Opodepe
Carcag (Sierra)
Carcay (Sierra)
Alisos (Canada)
Pitaycach
Carretas
Carretas (Sierra)
Animas
Animas (Sierra)
Acha (Sierra)
Hacha (Sierra)
Picacho de las Mimbres
Picacho de las Mimbres (Sierra)
Mimbres (Sierra)
Cobre
Cobre (Sierra)
Santa Lucia
San Bernardino
Mulas (Puerto)
Conejos (Puerto)
Batuco (Pueblo)
Bacamuchi (Hacienda)
Bacanuchi
Chiganotje
Trinidad (Real)
Bacoachi
Fronteras (Presidio)
Bavispe (Presidio)
Bavispe
Tupson (Presidio)
Paic (Presidio)
Nombre de Dios
Babonoyaba
Santa Rosalia (Pueblito)
Sestin (Hacienda)
Tierra Blanca (Rancho)
San Juan del Rio (Alcaldia)
Iglesia (Rancheria)
Oro (Real)
Ynde, San Juan Bautista de (Real)
Ormigas (Sierra)
Ojo de los Nogales
Texas (Provincia)
Nacameri (Pueblo)
Cumpas (Pueblo)
Tepache (Pueblo)
Pibipa (Pueblo)
Guazabos (Pueblo)
Yecora (Inmediaciones)
Pimas (Playa)
Oho de la Cananea
Hueco (Cerro)
Ayre (Sierra)
Principe (Presidio)
Cerrogordo, San Carlos de (Presidio)
Cuesta Blanca (Paraje)
Astillero
Santa Barbara (Jurisdiccion)
San Diego (Valle)
Palotada (Arroyo)
Altar
Pitic
Temechuac (Cordillera)
Teseachi, San Pablo de Sierra Madre
Bachimba
Piojo
Napavechi
Copetes (Sierra)
San Borja (Cordillera)
Joya (Cordillera)
Carmona (Cueva)
Silla (Sierra)
Mapula (Sierra)
Casas Grandes
San Diego (Valle)
San Diego
San Miguel (Valle)
Cologachi
Bachiniba
San Lorenzo
Baricora
Coyotillos
San Pedro (Rio)
San Xavier (Rio)
Tero Rosillo
Quartel de Conchos
Capulin (Sierra)
Escondida (Sierra)
Niriz
Arados (Sierra)
Colorado (Cerro)
Metates (Sierra)
Terrenate (Creston)
Maxalca (Cordillera)
Burras (Canon)
Santa Eulalia (Real)
Santa Eulalia (Sierra)
Muerto
Santa Cruz (Sierra)
San Lucas
Tularillo
Barajas (Sierra)
Chiricahui
Satebo
Ethnic Groups
Salineros
Opatas
Gilenos Orientales
Natajees
Lipanes
Carancahuases
Simariones
Pimas
Cumanches
Comanches
Nabajos
Navajos
Mescaleros
Gilenos
Mimbrenos
Apaches Xicarillas
Apaches Gilenos
Cazadores
Jacales
Yutas
Mescaleros
Taraumares
Yaquis
Chiricaguis
Yamparicas
Military Groups
Santa Fe, Tropa de
San Elceario, Compania de
Janos, Primera Division de
Namiquipa, Segunda Compania Volante de
Guaxuguilla, Primera Compania Volante de
Pilar de Conchos, Tercera Compania Volante de
Corral de Piedras, destacamento de
Cathaluna, Compania de Voluntarios de
Paic, Partida del Tropa de
San Geronimo, Quarta Compania Volante de
Altar, Dotacion de
Tupson, Dotacion de
Pitic, Dotacion de
Buenavista, Dotacion de
Bacoachic, Compania de Pimas y Opatas
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 128 ff. 239-335 exp. 2, 3
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 128 ff. 239-335 exp. 2
Language
Spanish
Notes
Ff 274v-275, 313v-314 repeated once.
Reference Number
12800004
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Person Last Name
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Mares
Martinez
Martinez
Equeracapa
Delegado
Aramburu
Guerrero
Niera
Anza
Arce
Alegre
Asquiesiya
Aribechi
Anchondo
Aysose
Bencomo
Bergara
Vergara
Barrios
Bohorquez
Bergara
Brena
Borundo
Batueca
Concha
Cordero
Crespo
Carrasco
Juan
Cuno
Carlos
Cabello
Elguerabal
Espinosa
Espiritu
Echergaray
Fato
Farin
Herrera y Ribero
Garrido y Duran
Juarez
Jacupeto
Madrid
Maynez
Monterablanca
Mata Binolas
Maynez
Marrujo
Munoz Pacheco
Narrujolguinjos Coloradosnozato de Riverachoa
Pinto
Peru
Quemado
Romero
Saenz
Sales Bohorguez
Saenz
Salinas
Tovar
Taranco
Taranco
Ugalde
Vranga
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Letters between Diaz de hortega, virrey Flores & various military officials about Indian attacks and vecino abandonment.

Serial Number
041-03245
Title
Letters between Diaz de hortega, virrey Flores & various military officials about Indian attacks and vecino abandonment.
Author(s)
Palacios, Antonio (Telesforo)
Flores, Manuel Antonio (Virrey)
Diaz de Hortega, Phelipe (Gobernador Intendente)
Date
10-06-1768
Date
01-19-1789
Documentation
Durango, Chihuahua, San Bartolome, guajugilla and others. October 13, 1788 -- January 19, 1789. 74p. Letters. Originals, signed, copies.
Summary
Detailed accounts of Apache, Taraumara and Mezcalero depredations around Durango oct-December 1788. Mostly copies of military reports from regional officials to Diaz de Hortega. Reports livestock thefts of burros, horses, mules, cattle and oxen, wasteful killing of livestock, maize seed and harvest theft (numerous times), general theft, highway assaults, murders of men, women, children, kidnappings, and flayings. Specific account of Indians who stole clothes from bathing women and later wounded or killed the women. Precise casualty and damage statistics in narrative form. Cites depressed mine commerce and Vecino hacienda abandonment as results of depredations. Repreated complaints about Vecino abandonment; observation made that abandonment encourages more attacks which in turn force abandonment. Virrey Flores responds, agreeing that Vecino abandonment fuels further depredations, but declares that without Vecino defense support, merely increasing military force will not reduce Indian incursions. Virrey encourages use of auxiliaries and vecinos for defense. Brief mention of Indian battle tactic wherein Indians outflank Spanish and then attack. (S. Gibbs, February 1988)
Persons
Flores, Manuel Antonio (Virrey)
Gutierrez (Pastor)
Gutierrez, Jose
Gutierrez de Velande, Ignacio (Teniente Comisario)
Valenzuela (Teniente)
Balenzuela, Guillermo
Balensuela (Comisario)
Balensuela, Francisco Xavier (Comisario)
Palacios, Antonio (Telesforo)
Fragon, Trinidad (Comisario)
Sierra, Francisco (Capitan)
Lujan, Ramon
Armesqueta, Joaquin de (Capitan)
Qunitana, Fernando
Talanvanies, Santiago
Munoz (Comisario)
Munoz, Juan Jose
Truncillo, Reyes (Sarjento)
Ascue de Armendariz, Pedro Manuel
Vega y Carrasco, Juan de
Bonifant de Perea, Francisco Jose
Diaz de Hortega, Phelipe (Gobernador Intendente)
Diaz, Domingo (Capitan)
Diaz de Bustamante, Juan
Campo, Francisco Javier del
Calvo y Muro, Blas (Teniente Comisario)
Molinares, Miguel (Teniente)
Cana, Lazaro (Sarjento)
Astorga, Marcos
Rojas, Calistro
Gonzales, Miguel (Capitan de Milicias)
Tecdote, Ygnacio (Indio)(Capitan)
Sanchez Tagle, Bonifacio
Sanches Ruiz de Leon, Juan Pedro
Sanchez, Jose
Sanchez, Josef
Fernandez y Rodriguez, Juan
Pena, Vizente de la
Servando Ramirez, Juan
Hierro, Mariano de
Ochoa, Manuel de (Capitan)
Ochoa, Jose Manuel (Teniente)
Rivera, Jose Antonio
Feran, Pedro (Teniente)
Tobalina, Santos
Romano, Manuel
Cordero, Antonio (Capitan)
Marrujo, Ramon (Capitan)
Peru, Joaquin (Teniente)
Villegas, Gil (Sarjento)
Cordero, Andres
Tarango, Tomas (Teniente Comisario)
Melendez, Pasqual
Marinelavena, Martin de
Herrera, Jose Antonio de
Sertorio, Juan (Teniente de Voluntarios)
Batista, Gabriel
Yrigoyen, Ramon
Yrigoyen, Pedro Ignacio
Alforo
Jazinto
Marquez, Ygnacio (Capitan)
Amparano, Ignacio
Atila, Joachin de (Dueno)
Montero, Jose
Armendariz, Miguel de (Padre)
Armendariz, Carlos
Saenz, Bonifacio
Vasquez, Antonio
Amergueto, Joaquin de (Capitan)
Chaverria, Carlos
Urguido, Agustin de
Olivera, Juan Ignacio
Rio, Jose del
Olano y Ayodaca, Marcos
Hurtado, Gregorio (Padre Fray)
Oliden, Juan Ygnacio (Dueno)
Bustamante, Ramon de (Teniente)
Ugarte y Loyola, Jacobo (Comandante General)
Abila, Joachin
Martinez Escudero, Francisco
Duran, Jose Antonio (Comisario)
Sotelo (Sarjento)
Loya, Jose Antonio
Barrigo, Ysidero
Anguilo, Domingo
Altazar, Francisco (Teniente Comisario)
Subia, Juan Ygnacio
Gandara, Pasqual
Nevares, Anatasio
Munco, Pablo
Places
Durango
San Salvador (Hacienda)
Horta, San Salvador de (Hacienda)
San Juan del Rio (Partido)
San Juan del Rio (Pueblo)
Ojo del Agua
Ojo de Agua (Puesto)
San Geronimo (Villa)
Alamos (Aguaje)
San Bartolome (Valle)
Yturralde, San Ysidro de (Hacienda)
Ytrisualde, San Ysidro de
Santa Catarina (Sierra)
Santa Catarina (Pueblo)
Balsequi (Hacienda)
Corral de Piedras
Corrales (Rancho)
Naicha (Hacienda)
Apantita (Hacienda)
Papasquiaro
Chinatu (Rio)
Santa Anna (Puesto)
Mapimi (Real)
Bufa (Cerro)
Platas (Hacienda)
Soledad (Cerro)
Cuencame
Cuencame (Real)
Cuencame (Jurisdiccion)
Fernandez (Puesto)
Nasas (Rio)
Nasas (Partido)
Boquilla (Paraje)
Santa Ysabel (Partido)
Penoles (Sierra)
Rosa, San Ygnacio de la
Cuevas (Partido)
Cuevas (Pueblo)
Balsequillo (Hacienda)
Almoloya (Sierra)
Gallo, San Pedro de
San Pedro (Rio)
Banonome (Real)
Parras (Pueblo)
Nueva Vizcaya
Gallo (Presidio)
Gallo (Partido)
Gallo (Jurisdiccion)
Chihuahua (Partido)
Chihuagua
Gorenti (?)
Julimes
Carrascos (Rancho)
San Diego
Nogales
Barriales (Paraje)
Tapacolmes, Santa Cruz de
Valeria, Santa Cruz de (Hacienda)
Santa Cruz (Pueblo)
Santa Eulalia (Real)
San Andres
Chubiscar
Cianozi (Partido)
Bavonoyaba
Nombre de Dios
Tababueto
Cosiguriachi, Santa Rosa de
Guajuguilla (Presidio)
Conchos
Cerro Prieto (Jurisdiccion)
Namiquipa
Abajo (Real)
Basuchil
Atotonilco, San Buenaventura de (Pueblo)
San Buenaventura (Presidio)
Cavallada (Real)
Santa Maria (Hacienda)
Pardinas (Puesto)
Gomera (Hacienda)
San Antonio (Hacienda)
Camerillo (Hacienda)
Guanacevi
Obligados (Rancho)
Villalobos (Casa)
San Juan Baptista del Rio (Villa)
San Phelipe (Partido)
Colorada (Sierrita)
Fasajera (Sierra)
Baqueteros (Rio)
Madre (Sierra)
Flores (Rancho)
Panama (Monte)
Ramada, San Antonio de la
San Antonio (Rio)
Parral (Jurisdiccion)
Janos (Presidio)
Sonora
Durasno
Alamillo
Tarajara (?), Piedra de la
Cienega (Paraje)
Cienega (Hacienda)
Olivos, Cienega de los (Valle)
Cienega (Sierra)
Sitio (Rancho)
Chocachi
Santo Tomas (Mision)
Pidio (Sierra)
Potrero (Paraje)
Cueras, San Ysidro de las
Concepcion (Hacienda)
Magdalena (Hacienda)
Carmen (Hacienda)
Florido (Rio)
Zapata (Hacienda)
Panaco (Hacienda)
Palo Blanco (Puesto)
Guichapa
Guichapa (Hacienda)
Pajarito, San Jose del
Alamo, San Pedro del
Menores (Hacienda)
Carrizal (Paraje)
Amotes (Puesto)
Barrozo (Paraje)
Sombreretillo (Hacienda)
Torreon (Hacienda)
Santa Ysabel
Camitillo
Nonsava (Rio)
San Josef (Pueblo)
San Borja
Apantita
Ethnic Groups
Mescaleros
Taraumares
Apaches
Tharaumares
Gilenos
Baritiros (?)
Military Groups
Corral de Piedras, destacamento de
Gorenti (?), Quarta Compania Volante de
Cavallada, Guardia de Real
Guajuaguill, Tropa de
Babonoyaba, Partido de
Basuchil, Milicias del Valle de
Guajuguilla, Primera Compania Volante de
Chuviscar, Partido de
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 128 ff. 164-238 exp. 1
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 128 ff. 164-238 exp. 1
Language
Spanish
Notes
Folios 190 and 208 repeated once.
Reference Number
12800003
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Balensuela
Balensuela
Palacios
Fragon
Sierra
Lujan
Armesqueta
Qunitana
Talanvanies
Munoz
Munoz
Truncillo
Ascue de Armendariz
Vega y Carrasco
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Diaz de Hortega
Diaz
Diaz de Bustamante
Campo
Calvo y Muro
Molinares
Cana
Astorga
Rojas
Gonzales
Tecdote
Sanchez Tagle
Sanches Ruiz de Leon
Sanchez
Sanchez
Fernandez y Rodriguez
Pena
Servando Ramirez
Hierro
Ochoa
Ochoa
Rivera
Feran
Tobalina
Romano
Cordero
Marrujo
Peru
Villegas
Cordero
Tarango
Melendez
Marinelavena
Herrera
Sertorio
Batista
Yrigoyen
Yrigoyen
Alforo
Jazinto
Marquez
Amparano
Atila
Montero
Armendariz
Armendariz
Saenz
Vasquez
Amergueto
Chaverria
Urguido
Olivera
Rio
Olano y Ayodaca
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Oliden
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Ugarte y Loyola
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Martinez Escudero
Duran
Sotelo
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Barrigo
Anguilo
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End Date Month
January
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Series of letters to Francisco de Ugalde concerning Indian raids around Linares, Nuevo Reino de Leon

Serial Number
041-03169
Title
Series of letters to Francisco de Ugalde concerning Indian raids around Linares, Nuevo Reino de Leon
Author(s)
Ugalde, Francisco de (Comandante General)
Echegaray, Juan Dominguez (Alferez)
Dufay, Guillermo (Alferez)
Date
12-01-1786
Date
12-27-1788
Documentation
Monterrey, Linares. March 5, 1787 - December 27, 1788. 90p. Relaciones. Signed.
Summary
Monthly reports with daily entries from Linares presidio to Juan Ugalde on Indian attacks, pillaging, horse rustling, desertion, and renegade soldiers; payroll distribution and widespread illness with fever. (E. Wilson, June 1989)
Persons
Ugalde, Francisco de (Comandante General)
Mier Noriega, Joachin
Dominguez Echegaray, Juan
Montes (Capitancillo)
Dufay, Guillermo (Alferes)
Ramirez, Pedro
Gomez, Blas Jose
Garza, Miguel de la
Oyos, Miguel de
Rodriguez, Cornelio
Baldez, Juan Jose
Rodriguez, Cayetano
Gonzales, Faustino
Pioquinto
Martinez, Francisco
Bernal, Jose Maria
Taso (Gobernador)
Ruiz, Jose Pablo
Ibarra, Joseph Nicolas (Teniente)
Santiarres, Vicente
Ramirez, Felix (Teniente)
Santiares, Vicente Gonzales de (Coronel)
Echegaray, Jose Maria de (Capitan)
Places
Monterrey
Pilon (Valle)
Mota (Hacienda)
Gualaguises, San Cristobal de (Mision)
Enzimas (Hacienda)
Cavezones (Hacienda)
Linares
Saltillo
Santa Rosa (Rio)
Lamparos (Rio)
Burgos
Pabillo (Rio)
Sierra Madre
Pilon, Santa Maria del (Rio)
Fresno (Hacienda)
Montes (Rancheria)
Camacho (Cienega)
Ebanitos (Canon)
San Francisco (Rancho)
San Pedro (Rancho)
Santa Rosa (Rincon)
Zarcillo (Canon)
Valija
Malinche
San Carlos
Fresno (Valle)
Punta de Lampazos
Nuevo Santander (Presidiales)
Nuevo Reino de Leon (Presidiales)
Santiago (Cerro)
Ethnic Groups
Apaches
Military Groups
Monterrey, Compania de
Rio Salado, Compania de
Lamparos, Compania de Punta de
Pilon, Compania de la Partida del
San Cristobal, Compania de la Partida de
Monterrey, Compania de Caballada Presidial
Puebla de los Angeles (Milicia)
Lisboa (Infanteria)
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 124 ff. 001-045 (Approx)
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 124 ff. 001-045 (Approx)
Language
Spanish
Notes
Folio page order interrupted, binding prohibits full page exposure, repeated folios
Reference Number
12400001
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Dufay
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Dufay
Ramirez
Gomez
Garza
Oyos
Rodriguez
Baldez
Rodriguez
Gonzales
Pioquinto
Martinez
Bernal
Taso
Ruiz
Ibarra
Santiarres
Ramirez
Santiares
Echegaray
Beginning Date Month
December
End Date Month
December
Beginning Date (repacked)
12-01-1786
End Date (repacked)
12-27-1788
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Letters between Mendinuta and Bucareli concerning Indian hostilities.

Serial Number
041-02828
Title
Letters between Mendinuta and Bucareli concerning Indian hostilities.
Author(s)
Fermin de Mendinueta, Pedro
Bucareli y Ursua, Antonio (Fray)
Date
01-16-1773
Date
05-04-1773
Documentation
Santa Fee, Mexico. May 14, 1773 - July 27, 1773. 6p. Letter. Original, signed.
Summary
Mendinueta recounts Indian thefts, kidnappings, murders. Mentions Cumanche ambivalence in village commerce and war. explains drought and winter has killed horses. Bucareli expresses sympathy for depredations but declares faith in Mendinueta's ability to control Indians through zeal and prudence. (S. Gibbs, September 1987)
Persons
Fermin de Mendinueta, Pedro
Bucareli y Ursua, Antonio (Fray)
Christobal (Fray)
Places
Santa Fee
Nuevo Mexico
Chiguagua (Villa)
Taos (Pueblo)
Pecos (Pueblo)
Ethnic Groups
Apaches
Cumanches
Picuris
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 103 ff. 217-220
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 103 ff. 217-220
Language
Spanish
Notes
Out of order. Folios 218-219 same as folios 226-227.
Reference Number
10300052
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Fermin de Mendinueta
Bucareli y Ursua
Person Last Name
Fermin de Mendinueta
Bucareli y Ursua
Beginning Date Month
January
End Date Month
May
Beginning Date (repacked)
01-16-1773
End Date (repacked)
05-04-1773
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Letters from Mendinuta to Bucareli concerning Indian hostilities in 1772.

Serial Number
041-02820
Title
Letters from Mendinuta to Bucareli concerning Indian hostilities in 1772.
Author(s)
Fermin de Mendinueta, Pedro
Date
03-30-1772
Date
10-15-1772
Documentation
Santa Fee. November 14, 1772. 11p. Letter. Original, signed.
Summary
Mentions Apache and Cumanche murders, thefts, and hostilities: tells of commerce, including animal hides, iron knives, clothing and maize; Cumanche vascillation between war and peaceful commerce. (S. Gibbs, August 1987)
Persons
Fermin de Mendinueta, Pedro
Bucareli y Ursua, Antonio (Fray)
Places
Santa Fee
Nuebo Mexico
Galisteo (Pueblo)
Zuni (Pueblo)
Albuquerque (Jurisdiccion)
Pecos (Pueblo)
Picuris (Pueblo)
Valle (Paraje)
Cochiti (Pueblo)
Taos (Pueblo)
Nueba Vizcaya
Acomo (Pueblo)
Jemes (Pueblo)
Ethnic Groups
Cumanches
Apaches
Apaches Faraones
Apaches Gilenos
Gueres
Jenizaros
Suboitos
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 103 ff. 190-196
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 103 ff. 190-196
Language
Spanish
Reference Number
10300044
UAIR Filtering Fields
Person Last Name
Fermin de Mendinueta
Bucareli y Ursua
Beginning Date Month
March
End Date Month
October
Beginning Date (repacked)
03-30-1772
End Date (repacked)
10-15-1772
Type
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Letters between Mendinuta and Croix over Indian hostilities of 1770.

Serial Number
041-02804
Title
Letters between Mendinuta and Croix over Indian hostilities of 1770.
Author(s)
Fermin de Mendinueta, Pedro
Croix, Marques de
Date
12-30-1769
Date
06-12-1770
Documentation
Santa Fee. May 31, 1770 - October 28, 1770. 17p. Letter. Original, signed.
Summary
Mendinueta expresses regret that he has not completed inspection orders from inspection of 1769 because of preoccupation with Cumanche hostilities. Recounts Cumanche murders and kidnappings and Apache thefts over large area. Croix grants Mendinueta some freedom to use his own discretion in dealing with Indians. (S. Gibbs, August 1987)
Persons
Fermin de Mendinueta, Pedro
Croix, Marques de
Places
Santa Fee (Villa)
Nuebo Mexico
Taos (Pueblo)
San Juan (Pueblo)
Picuris (Pueblo)
Trampas (Rio)
Abiquiu (Pueblo)
Albuquerque (Jurisdiccion)
Ethnic Groups
Cumanches
Apaches Carlanos
Apaches Faraones
Yutas
Genizaros
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 103 ff. 109-117
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 103 ff. 109-117
Language
Spanish
Reference Number
10300028
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Author Last Name
Fermin de Mendinueta
Croix
Person Last Name
Fermin de Mendinueta
Croix
Beginning Date Month
December
End Date Month
June
Beginning Date (repacked)
12-30-1769
End Date (repacked)
06-12-1770
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Correspondence between Ripperda and Bucareli concerning Spanish woman and mulato boy taken by Taouaya captain.

Serial Number
041-02542
Title
Correspondence between Ripperda and Bucareli concerning Spanish woman and mulato boy taken by Taouaya captain.
Author(s)
Ripperda, Baron de
Virrey (?)
Date
03-03-1775
Date
07-20-1775
Documentation
Bexar. April 3, 1775 to July 20, 1775. 3p. Letters, extracto. Unsigned.
Summary
(M. Vasquez, March 1988)
Persons
Ripperda, Baron de
Bucareli y Ursua, Antonio Maria
Mecieres, Atanasio de
Places
Bexar, San Antonio de
Luisiana (Provincia)
Texas
Ethnic Groups
Taouayas
Comanches
Apaches
Mulatos
Franceses
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 099 ff. 115-116 exp. 1
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 099 ff. 115-116 exp. 1
Language
Spanish
Reference Number
9900053
UAIR Filtering Fields
Author Last Name
Ripperda
Person Last Name
Ripperda
Bucareli y Ursua
Mecieres
Beginning Date Month
March
End Date Month
July
Beginning Date (repacked)
03-03-1775
End Date (repacked)
07-20-1775
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